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Picnic Easter Egg Hunt, Fort Collins, Colorado by Glen Akins

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Taken by
Glen Akins Glen Akins
Explore score
100
Size
0.20 Gigapixels
Views
21683
Date added
Mar 15, 2008
Date taken
Mar 14, 2008
Gear

Gigapan Beta and Canon G9

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A photo for the virtual Easter egg hunt taken in the new park behind my house. The rocks and tree branches are part of the park's landscaping. Some construction in still in progress where the orange webbed fences are located. Approximately 30 eggs are hidden in the photo. The winds picked up while taking this panorama and blew some of the eggs out of their places. As the wind blew the eggs down, I ran through the scene staying just ahead of the robot and out of view of the camera putting the eggs back in their places. Members of the press may freely embed and use this image in their publications.


Gigapan Comments (3)

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  1. Glen Akins

    Glen Akins (March 16, 2008, 06:09AM )

    I think I hid ~30 eggs in the picnic hunt. The wind blew at least one out of camera view in the picnic hunt and a few on the picnic tables cannot be seen because of the angle from the camera to the table surface. Thanks for leaving eggs for others to find.

  2. Aschwinn Smith

    Aschwinn Smith (March 16, 2008, 12:41AM )

    I don't know how many eggs there are in this gigapan but i have found 10 eggs in total. I snep shot 1 and leave the rest for others to find. I like these hunt throught gigapan's

  3. Glen Akins

    Glen Akins (March 15, 2008, 08:05PM )

    The wind blew several eggs down while the panorama was in progress. I ran around "resetting" the eggs while trying to keep just ahead of where the gigapan robot was shooting. This panorama was taken facing into the sun then stiched together. Before uploading the panorama, the levels, shadow, and highlight were radically adjusted using Photoshop.

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